Log Evaluation Results in the Deep Basin Area of Alberta

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E.R.Crain,Spectrum 2000 Mindware Ltd

8th Formation Evaluation Symposium of the
Canadian Well Logging Society in Calgary, September 27, 28, 29 30, 1981

1981

Abstract

A log evaluation based on random wells was undertaken to determine the gas-in-place in various formations in the Deep Basin area of Alberta. In addition, comparison of log analysis porosity and water saturation, core porosity and permeability, and in-situ (pressure build-up) flow capacity was made in order to find a relationship between log analysis porosity (or saturation or both) and well performance. Log to core comparisons were adequate, but core to in-situ data failed to produce an acceptable correlation. Thus no method was found, during this investigation, to predict well performance from log analysis data alone.